Posts made in December, 2011

Busy Big Ben

Posted by on Dec 14, 2011 in Canon EOS 60D, HDR, London, Night, Travel | 0 comments

It was really busy around the Big Ben, as always. I found this spot from where you can see the Big Ben and the London Eye as well. Together with the traffic and people. The long exposure made it look more dramatic:). It amazes me that there are still people camping here in tents and protesting against various stuff (I saw these tents here five years ago too).

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Under the Tower Bridge

Posted by on Dec 13, 2011 in Canon EOS 60D, HDR, London, Travel | 0 comments

The day I was walking around the Tower Bridge started really cloudy. Then it got a lot better and I took this shot. I saw many pictures of this famous landmark and I wanted something different. This angle is something I’ve never tried before.

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Posted by on Dec 12, 2011 in Canon EOS 60D, HDR, London, Travel | 0 comments

I was just walking past this “fountain” in London (near the Waterloo station) and took a quick shot. It came out quite good:). It’s an HDR from single exposure.

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Outer Hebrides and its Lochs

Posted by on Dec 11, 2011 in Canon EOS 60D, HDR, Scotland, Travel | 0 comments

HDR Video Tutorial

If you are interested in what steps you need to do in order to create stunning HDR images, Trey Ratcliff’s video tutorial can be really helpful. I purchased it a while ago and because I’m really satisfied with it I thought I’d spread the word. It helped me to learn many techniques in the matter of hours. If you want to know Trey’s secrets, this will tell you all of them:).


Photo for today

This picture dates back to those warm summer days. I took it on the Isle of Harris (at least I hope so:) in Scotland.

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Hintertux Glacier

Posted by on Dec 10, 2011 in Austria, Canon EOS 60D, HDR, Travel | 0 comments

My recent ski trip in Austria would be a total disaster if there wasn’t for the Hintertux glacier. There was almost no snow anywhere else. You can see it in this photo as well. This part was quite low and there was snow only on the slopes.

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